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AEROSPACE MUSEUM OF CALIFORNIA

Are you a certified pilot, flight instructor, or retired military pilot interested in inspiring the future of aviation? Maybe you’re an 18 year old "X-Plane" simulator expert? Join the Aerospace Museum of California Flight Zone simulator team! Flight Zone volunteers are typically experienced pilots who want to share their love of flying and flight training in an exciting and dynamic simulator environment. Training with museum staff and qualified volunteers is provided.

Interested flight training students can earn valuable simulator time after becoming certified as Flight Zone "Lite" volunteers. Qualified and approved Flight Zone volunteers can earn training opportunities and credentials with the Society of Aviation and Flight Educators (SAFE).

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About AEROSPACE MUSEUM OF CALIFORNIA

Location:

3200 FREEDOM PARK DRIVE, MCCLELLAN, CA 95652, US

Mission Statement

The Aerospace Museum of California's mission is to inspire students to explore, dream and discover STEM through hands-on learning.

Description

The Aerospace Museum of California is a private non-profit museum founded by a group of dedicated volunteers. The museum provides a world-class opportunity to celebrate the past, present and future of aerospace. With educational exhibits and over 40 aircraft to explore, visitors can experience aviation and aerospace history in an interactive setting. It is truly a place where dreams take flight and imagination soars!

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We'll work with your schedule.

WHERE

3200 Freedom Park DriveMcClellan Park, CA 95652

(38.67505,-121.39094)
 

SKILLS

GOOD FOR

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REQUIREMENTS

  • Orientation or Training
  • Four hours per week
  • Must be a trained pilot.

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